On the sixth season of Endurance, 6 guys and 6 girls from all across America will have to prove themselves in various challenges and missions to win the title of Endurance champion.
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The successful spin-off series of the ill-fated "Moolah Beach" would still focus on the teams living on the beach on which it does. But unlike "Moolah," groups of eight are about to collect Pyramid Pieces just before sending one team to the "Temple of Fate." Eight colored teams (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown and gray), each one consisting of a boy and a girl compete to win an exotic vacation by winning physical challenges and to be the first team to collect all 10 "Pyramid Pieces," in this teenage "Survivor" show. Winning these pieces involves two separate missions, the first challenge is an "Endurance Mission," and the winning team of that challenge will earn a Pyramid Piece, including the "Samahdi," which will handicap an team of their choice in the following challenge, which is the "Temple Mission." The missions are very important to win because the winners have the privilege of picking any two teams to be sent to the "Temple of Fate," where each team will compete... Written by Gary Richard Collins II (hugsarealwaysinorder@yahoo.com)

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Pretty good
2 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

Addicting. And of course adults wouldn't watch it; it's not an adult reality show. It's on Discovery Kids...meaning that it is meant for kids and teens to watch. I like the fact that you get to know the teams and then in next episode, there is a possibility that a team you like gets eliminated. It makes it more suspenseful. It's especially nerve-wracking when the teams go to the "Temple of Fate" which is somewhat like letting rock, paper, scissors decide the teams' fates. I also applaud everyone for living without electronics for a long time! All in all, it is a very exciting and healthy show for kids-teens. I look forward to watching the next series of Endurance!


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